3 Reasons Why You Should Include Stories in Your Podcasts
As a Change Maker and aspiring Industry Thought Leader, are you incorporating stories into your content? Whether you’re sharing content in a podcast, you’re speaking on stage, or in your writing?
You should be.
Steve Jobs once said: “The most powerful person in the world is the story teller, as he/she sets the vision, values and agenda of an entire generation that is to come.” And he was right.
In fact, even studies have proven just how powerful stories can be for a number of different reasons.
So in this week’s episode I’ll be sharing, how when done well:
- Stories cut through distractions;
- Stories activate your audience’s brains;
- Stories can influence change in people’s behaviours and actions.
- Profitable Podcasting Workshop
- Connect with me over on Linkedin
- Article: ‘The Science of Storytelling: How Narrative Cuts Through Distration’
- Article: ‘Infecting an audience: why great stories spread’
Dubbed “The Podcasting Queen,” Annemarie is recognized as an industry pioneer, launching her first co-hosted podcast in 2008 to be the voice of inspiration and hope amongst the deluge of ‘doom and gloom’ after the GFC devastated families worldwide.
Over a decade on, she’s the author of: Industry Thought Leader: How To Go from Invisible to Influential (and Profitable) with a Podcast and continues to be the voice of inspiration to a global audience through her award-winning podcasts.
Annemarie continues to live out her mission of ‘Changing the World – ONE Message at a Time’, with her own podcasts, as well as by supporting Professional Services Businesses (coaches and consultants) who are experts in their field (yet feel like they’re the world’s best kept secret) go from Invisible to Influential (and Profitable) with their own Thought Leader Podcast.